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Exposure to air pollution may result in infertility

48.5 million couples across the globe were estimated to be infertile in 2010, with exposure to air pollutants – especially PM, which affects more people than any other pollutant – considered as a possible cause of worsening sperm quality.   According to a study carried out among 6475 Taiwanese men …

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The sustainability challenge: Cooperating to achieve systemic change

According to an article by Peter M. Senge, Benyamin B. Lichtenstein, Katrin Kaeufer, Hilary Bradbury and John S. Carroll in MIT Sloan Management Review, in the age of globalization, with governments being unable, for a number of reasons, to deal unaided with key sustainability issues and challenges across the globe, …

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The sustainability challenge: How is the transition to sustainability to be achieved?

According to an article by Christoph Lueneburger and Daniel Golemon in MIT Sloan Management Review, consumer expectations regarding products’ environmental and/or social impacts, have changed. How is an organization to make the transition to sustainability? What does this transition entail? How is any sustainability initiative – which is essentially different …

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The sustainability challenge: What is sustainability really about?

According to an article by John R. Ehrenfeld in MIT Sloan Management Review, many businesses today fail to take effective, meaningful action on sustainability challenges and issues, as they do not have an adequate understanding of what sustainability actually means. Quite often, business executives fail to realize the extent to …

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Morgan Stanley: Millennials sustainable investing continues to intensify

Morgan Stanley 2017 research results: Companies must engage with sustainable development or face being left out of investment decisions by Millennials, one of the largest generations in history moving into its prime spending years.  According to a new survey by the Morgan Stanley Institute for Sustainable Investing, among 1,000 active individual …

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